Timarders run away with the patient with the oxygen bottle, stir in the hospital

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An unsolved case has arisen in the Fatehpur district of Uttar Pradesh. At Fatehpur District Hospital, some people ran away with the patient who was carrying oxygen bottles. His information upset the hospital.

At Fatehpur District Hospital, some people ran away with the patient who was carrying oxygen bottles. His information upset the hospital. Doctors sighed with relief when they reached the hospital at 6 p.m. with a cylinder and flow meter.Timardars said they took the patient with a cylinder to see the patient’s condition worsen in the hospital, but the patient died due to the lack of oxygen on the way. A resident of a village in Ghazipur was admitted to bed No. 14 in the men’s ward because of breathing difficulties.

The patient had oxygen here. On Monday afternoon, when the staff didn’t see the patient on the bed, they started looking for the schedule. But he didn’t know anything either. The oxygen cylinder and flow meter on the patient’s bedside were also missing. The hospital administration found out about it. It got hot that Timardar arrived at the hospital at 6:30 p.m. to return oxygen bottles and flow meters. Rekha Chandel, in charge of the Oxygen Unit, said those who did so came to the hospital and admitted their mistake.

He says his patience was shaken because the patient’s condition worsened and treatment was not given properly. So he took the patient with oxygen. However, he couldn’t save her. Because on the way the oxygen ran out and the patient died.

On the other hand, in this case, CMS doctor Prabhakar says that his team takes full care of the patients. Such incidents will act as an incentive for health workers. It is investigating how to get out of the hospital from the oxygen cylinder and the flow meter.

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At Fatehpur District Hospital, some people ran away with the patient who was carrying oxygen bottles. This caused a stir in the hospital. The doctors sighed with relief when they reached the hospital at six o’clock in the evening with a cylindrical cylinder and a flow meter.

Timardars said they took the patient with a cylinder to see the patient’s condition worsen in the hospital, but the patient died due to the lack of oxygen on the way. A resident of a village in Ghazipur was admitted to bed number 14 in the men’s ward when he was having difficulty breathing.

The patient had oxygen here. When the staff did not see the patient on the bed at around one o’clock on Monday afternoon, they began looking for the timardars. But he didn’t know anything either. The oxygen cylinder and flow meter on the patient’s bedside were also missing. The hospital administration found out about it.

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